Delhi government is taking important steps to provide quality education to every student. A large number of students have cleared the NEET and JEE results released by CBSE. The Chief Minister responded to this.
Delhi government is taking important steps to provide quality education to every student. A large number of students have cleared the NEET and JEE results released by CBSE. Responding to this, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal expressed happiness that there is nothing that cannot be achieved if you study hard. He explained that we take government schools very seriously and educate them according to international standards. As a result, it has been revealed that private schools are achieving better results. The CM said that 1,141 students have passed the JEE and NEET exams due to quality education in government schools. He participated in the felicitation program of JEE and NEET toppers at Delhi’s Thyagaraj Stadium. He said that education alone can make India the best in the world.
I scored 563 in IIT JEE. But today I met a student who got 569 rank from a government school. The starting salary of a security guard’s son who earns Rs 12 thousand per month is Rs 2 lakh. This will remove the poverty of the family. If all the children in the country study hard like this, every family will become a rich family. We have allocated 25 percent of the budget with special focus on government schools. Let’s make the education system there to be a model for other states as well.
– Arvind Kejriwal, Chief Minister of Delhi
Meanwhile, AAP leader and Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal started the first virtual school in the country. It has been announced that all the students in the age group of 13 to 18 years of the country are eligible to join this school. He said that admissions will be made to those who drop out and become dropouts due to reasons such as distance burden and inability to send girls to school. It is explained that the classes will be conducted online. Student attendance and exams will be conducted in virtual mode. Special precautions will be taken to prevent copying. Teaching will be done in English and Hindi media in virtual schools.